Calvo introduces bills to fund GMH improvements by raising business privilege tax

July 11, 2017 Valerie Maigue

With two new bills intended to improve services and finances - the Guam Memorial Hospital may be getting some much-needed repairs.  On Monday, Governor Eddie Calvo introduced bills 141 and 142, which, together raise the business privilege tax by 0.75% - and would allow the government to secure $125 million in funding for capital improvement projects to the hospital. GMH Administrator Peter John Camacho says the hospital has not had any major capital improvement projects since 19...

Read more...

Previous Article
Three more suits claim sex abuse by clergy members
Three more suits claim sex abuse by clergy members

Three other lawsuits have been filed in the Superior Court of Guam for clergy sex abuse.

Next Article
Liberation Carnival opens on Wednesday night!
Liberation Carnival opens on Wednesday night!

Get ready for the food, games and nightly entertainment - the time has come to celebrate the island's 73rd ...